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Answered By: Sara Stambaugh, Digital Services Librarian
Last Updated: Mar 25, 2016     Views: 120

There are several databases that may be helpful for Information Technology students.   

Academic Search Complete via EBSCO    Includes articles from all subject areas gathered from more than 11,000 magazines, journals, books and reports. Subjects include astronomy, multicultural studies, humanities, geography, history, law, pharmaceutical sciences, women's studies, and more. Coverage from 1887 to present.

Computers and Applied Sciences Complete via EBSCO    Covers computer engineering, computer theory and systems, research and development, and the social and professional implications of new technologies. Articles come from more than 1900 academic journals, trade magazines, and professional publications.

Technology and Design via ProQuest    Includes computing, telecommunications, art, science, and design databases from ProQuest.

 

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